Monthly Archives: February 2016

Learn to Fly 3: Fly like a super hero

You can fly like a superhero in Learn to Fly 3, but you have to be ready for a game that feels like it came from the original Atari or Nintendo. Some of those games were the coolest games in the world at the time, and this one gives you updated graphics with the same kind of gameplay. The best thing that you can do for yourself is to try the game out online, and then you can start playing it just to kill a little time. Continue reading Learn to Fly 3: Fly like a super hero

Moto X3M 2: A physics-based motocross game with a sense of humor

Moto X3M 2 is a two-dimensional side-scroller. The graphics are bright and fun. They are what you would typically find in this type of game. They do have a consistency and a polish that adds to the overall gameplay experience. The game has a single song that is played in the background when you are at menus or running through a level. It is upbeat but does get a little distracting at times. The sound effects are nothing special. They are calibrated well with the action on-screen although the game could do with a few more. Continue reading Moto X3M 2: A physics-based motocross game with a sense of humor

Legends of Honor is a castle building defense game

The play style is akin to Farmville, Civilization, and games of this nature, and also has an isometric view. The first thing you are introduced to is the advisor, whose name is Jasmine. Jasmine walks you through a simple point and click tutorial that seems to drag out longer than it should. You will find the resources available in the upper left-hand corner, while your building abilities are at the bottom of the screen. In most cases, when you select an option from the interface, like a building that you have created, additional options will then appear for you to choose from.  Continue reading Legends of Honor is a castle building defense game